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Theorists have studied the problem of forgetting for a number of years; however, very little application has been made to the general aviation pilot. This paper considers some concepts for understanding the processes involved when important tasks are forgotten and/or certain "actionsnot-as-planned" are executed. While there are numerous ways suggested by memory specialists, a few may be particularly applicable to flight. Forgetting can be explained as an activation issue as defined in thedoi:10.22488/okstate.18.100289 fatcat:rpkjlknjw5ewbmekcqkbrwbhsa